Sustainability at TSF
According to UN; Sustainability is a simple concept. In 1987, the UN Brundtland Commission defined sustainable development as “meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.”
The UN definition of sustainability is one of the main motivations and embedded business in TSF.
Corporate & Supply-chain Sustainability, Certifications & Traceability
As TSF we are engaging with Sustainable Works Station to strengthen our sustainability strategy.
Thus, we have a dedicated corporate sustainability team to implement relevant tasks within TSF as well as the supply chain.
TSF & relevant supply-chain partners are frequently assessed by various stakeholders such as but not limited to; BSCI, SMETA/SEDEX, Higg Index about Social, Environmental and Chemical Compliance, etc.
TSF is engaging with supply-chain partners to empower women in collaboration with KADAV (Women Solidarity Assassination).
TSF supply-chain partners are certified by: ISO:9001, OEKO-TEX